- A video from the final funeral rites of 10-year-old Ishmael has popped up online
- The funeral which is currently underway in Kasoa has seen many people in attendance
- The mortal remains of the young man has been conveyed to his family house
The final funeral rites for 10-year-old boy, Ishmael, the young boy who was allegedly killed by two teenagers in Kasoa is currently underway in Kasoa, Central region.
A video from the ceremony which was sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media saw the mortal remains of the deceased young man being conveyed to his family house.
Many people could be seen standing in front of late Ishmael's family house and crying as the body of the young boy was conveyed from the hearse into the house.
The late 10-year-old boy's body could be seen on a stretcher while covered in black cloth and was lifted above the heads of the people who acted as pallbearers.
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The scene was quite a sad one as many elderly women could be seen sobbing uncontrollably and mentioning Ishmael's name to bid him one final goodbye.
As the wailing continued, Ishmael's relatives conveyed him into their family house and closed the gates behind them shutting out all other eyes.
Moving away from death to some heartwarming news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Ghanaian TV personality and acting general manager of GH One TV, Nana Aba Anamoah has given a golden opportunity to a security man.
The GH One star, after watching a video of the security man showing off his radio-presenting skills sent him the way of Caleb Boye of Starr FM for assistance.
Nana Aba Anamoah chanced on the video after it was posted on Twitter by a user with the handle "Mike Wil Make It", who explained that they met the young man who told them his story.
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Source: Yen Newspaper